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Eagle

A gold coin minted in the United States between 1795 and 1933. It was worth $10.
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Geothermica is the adopted eagle of geothermal leader Energy Development Corp.
The updated policy has three goals: authorize the retention of eagles found by a Tribes members in Indian Country, enhance eagle conservation on these lands, and avoid unnecessary human health or safety challenges that some deceased eagles pose.
Eagle president and chief executive officer Paul Ang said the company remains optimistic about the prospects of the local cement industry.
On that same day, Maslog Vice Mayor Septemio Santiago reported the discovery of the Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) to the Community Environment and Natural Resources Office (CENRO) based in the nearby town of Dolores, also in Eastern Samar.
The nest determines where the popular Mull Eagle Watch is based for the season - and this year the nest at Craignure, where golf has been played since 1895, hopes to welcome thousands of visitors to the island.
A woman who tended to the mortally wounded eagle said she saw the eagle diving toward the road, and after a car drove past, she saw the eagle lying on the pavement, Pollack said.
Prior to the transaction, Agnico Eagle held ownership of and control over 16, 379, 550 ordinary shares of Royal Road, representing approximately 9.43% of the issued and outstanding ordinary shares of Royal Road.
'Bird of Prey' follows six-time Emmy Award-winning cinematographer Neil Rettig's journey back to the forests of Arakan Valley in 2015 as he revisited an all too familiar territory: the nesting site of the world's rarest eagle, the Philippine Eagle.
The short-toed eagle is also known as short-toed snake eagle.
Places being looked at as possible re-introduction sites are Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons for golden eagles and the west Wales coast for the white-tailed Eagle.
Eagle Reintroduction Wales Project researcher, Sophie-lee Williams from Cardiff University, said: "This is a very exciting opportunity for Wales.
Eagle then interfaced with their team through virtual meetings to obtain necessary information for an Advanced Product Quality Planning report.